Donations Needed for Claremore Troops

The Rogers County chapter of Blue Star Mothers has a problem…empty shelves! They are desperately in need of donations to send to our brave troops serving overseas. Donations can be dropped at Jack Kissee Ford, Play 2 Win, or the Claremore Progress. Thank you!

The following items are needed:

baby wipes
beef jerky
small flip-top cans of fruit and vegetables
small flip-top cans of spaghetti and ravioli
foil-wrapped fish or canned meat
individually packaged cookies and crackers
individually packaged cereal and oatmeal
individually packaged drink mix, tea, and coffee
cereal bars
individual peanut butter and Nutella
cans of Pringles
individual packages of sunflower seeds and nuts
individually packaged toothbrushes
travel-sized toothpaste
travel-sized mouthwash
small foot powder

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